Library Newsletter

 Welcome to the IU Southeast Library newsletter!

Featuring the latest Library news, featured articles, research help info, and much more!

News for February 2023

Floyd County Collection @ the Library

Stop by and see the new 'Floyd County Library Collection' on the Library's main floor! This new collection makes the IU Southeast Library a mini-branch of the Floyd County Library!


Want to save yourself a drive to the downtown branch of Floyd County Library? Request their materials to be delivered to the IU Southeast Library for pickup. You can also use the IU Southeast Library for drop-off. 


Whether you work or attend classes at IU Southeast or live in Floyd County, you can stop by IU Southeast to apply for or renew a Floyd County Library card. Visit the Floyd County Library website to see who is eligible and what documents you need to bring. 


Learn more about this collection and our partnership with the public library here. 

Upcoming Book Club Meeting:

Join Librarian Christopher on Wednesday, February 15th from 6-7pm for the latest installment in the 'Reading the Rainbow' book club. This month we will discuss Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin. 


This discussion is open to all adults, members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies are welcome. Print copies of the books are available at the Floyd County Library Upper Customer Service Desk and at the IU Southeast Library. 


Participants can join in-person or virtually via Zoom.  


For more info and to register, visit this site

Quick Research Videos!

Brief how-to videos featuring an assortment of research tips and skills!


In this video, Librarian Courtney shows you how to use the library's website to locate journal articles and books. 


Stay tuned for basic and advanced quick research videos!

Featured Database: 

Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period 


Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period is a definitive collection organized by Nancy Kushigian of the University of California, Davis and Stephen Behrendt of the University of Nebraska. In addition to 60 volumes of Romantic poetry composed by Scottish women, the database includes extensive contemporary critical reviews and numerous scholarly essays specially commissioned for the project by Alexander Street Press. This database contains over 9,000 pages. 

Need Research Help? 

Here's How:

There are *many* ways that you can get research help.  From dropping by the Service Desk, to live chat, to personalized research appointments, check out the following ways that you can get help from the Library:

Live chat with us!

Book-a-Librarian (in person OR virtual)

Drop by the Service Desk or call 812-941-2485

Email us! 


Spring 2023 Hours (January 9 - May 2)

Monday - Thursday : 8 am - 9 pm

Friday: 8 am - 5 pm

Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm

Sunday: CLOSED

Exceptions to Spring 2022 Hours -

The Library will be closed on Monday, January 16th, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

The Library will have shortened hours during Spring Break.




Did You Know?

You can use live chat to get immediate help from a librarian during normal library hours. If you fill out the chat form after hours, your question will get emailed to the librarians who will reply the next morning!